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Football University partners with the SF Express Elite

Football University (FBU), a national, invitation-only training camp run by former NFL players and coaches has teamed up with the South Florida Express elite seven on seven football team to create and grow a media and promotional platform focused on elite seven on seven football competitions. Football University and the South Florida Express will be announcing this new partnership during FBU’s South Florida Regional Camp Opening Ceremonies which begin at 5:45pm this Friday April 25, 2014. Press are welcome to attend this event which will be held at Cypress Bay High School in Weston, Florida.

Football University is an invitation-only experience for the serious football player, focusing on teaching technique and skill in a small- group setting with other elite athletes. Modeled after NFL mini-camps, each camp includes 18 hours of training and development— both on the field and off the field—including film study, classroom testing, and access to hi-tech equipment, all under the professional tutelage of former NFL players and coaches. Football University which has become the pipeline for the top youth athletes in 6th, 7th, and 8th grade with their National Championship will grow even stronger with this new partnership.

The South Florida Express was designed to allow the best of the best in youth and high school football to showcase their talents and develop their skills from former college and professional players and top coaches in the area.

Rich McGuiness, founder of Football University added; “The mission of FBU is to identify, train and showcase top athletes. Having the FBU Master Coaches tune up the technique of these Elite 7on7 payers will only help continue the winning tradition of the South Florida Express.”

Football University selects and invites more than 200 of the region’s elite high school and youth players (6th-11th grades) to undergo three days of intense football training, all under the tutelage of former NFL players and coaches. “Football University” is developed by All American Games the creators of the U.S. Army All-American Bowl. FBU has attracted the attention and praise from parents, players, coaches and media outlets, including Sports Illustrated, 247Sports, The Wall Street Journal, Chicago Tribune, and USA Today. The camp is geared toward helping players reach their full potential, offering training, instruction and equipment usually reserved for professionals.